Islamaphobia Watch is, unwittingly, a good source of news about Islamic absurdities. This post quotes from The Independent - a borderline anti-Semitic rag, home to Johann "Cut-n-Paste" Hari (my emphasis):
The Israeli Prime Minister's 19-year-old son posted disparaging comments about Arabs and Muslims on his Facebook page, an Israeli paper reported yesterday.
An Israeli paper reported this? Would an Arab paper report on disparaging comments about Jews? No, first because no Arab country has a free press and secondly because it would be a "dog bites man" story. Self-criticism is alien to Islam, the religion of shame and "honour".
Earlier this year, Yair Netanyahu posted that Muslims "celebrate hate and death," the Haaretz daily said. After Palestinian assailants entered a West Bank settlement and stabbed five members of an Israeli family to death, he wrote that "terror has a religion and it is Islam".
The horror. Stabbing five unarmed civilians to death is as nothing compared with calling Islam a religion of terror. Better not say it again or it will be twenty-five next time round and all the fault of the Jews.
Yair Netanyahu, the eldest of Benjamin Netanyahu's two sons, is currently a soldier in the Israeli military's media liaison unit. A lawyer for the Netanyahu family, David Shimron, said the comments were those of a "teenager" and were "taken out of context in an attempt to defame the Prime Minister and his family".
Come now. Muslims, of all people, should understand the "out of context" defence.
Posted on 06/30/2011 3:08 PM by Mary Jackson